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pampass grass yellowing

Posted by brianansofie (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 21, 06 at 2:12

We live in the Texas Hill country near Austin and have planted 50 white pampass grasses that are now 8 months old and looking very frail w/bent leaves and outer rim leaves dying off and most other leaves turning brown. Only a few are green throughout. It has been vey hot and we water twice a week and occ. once a week. We planted them according to the instructions and added some nutriet grains that are self disolving to last six months and we have not added more nutrients. Any help would be appreciated.

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RE: pampass grass yellowing

Howdy we live in Washington County. Over near Brenham. We have 500+ pampas grass planted. Ours yellow due to ants usually inside center of plant. The browning not sure we get it but seems to go away inown time. Also yellow may be due to toooo much water it is a desert type plant and does not need much water. My only problem is I got some that are leanin over...or tilting...and dont have the foggest

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